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  • Thursday, April 2 - Saturday, April 4
    Lobby Hero
    By award-winning playwright & screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan; directed by Amy Lemon Olson. The moral dilemma of a young security guard in a Manhattan apt. bldg. Thu–Sat 8pm. Tkts $25. Phone: 845-230-7020. Email: info@tangent-arts.org. Url: http://tangent-arts.org.

  • Friday, April 3
    Neil Gaiman & Laurie Anderson
    Professor Gaiman hosts a dialogue with the legendary musician and composer. 7:30pm. $25/$5 w/Bard ID. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Saturday, April 4
    "Contemporary Art in Historic Spaces"
    Join us for a lecture by Curator Pieranna Cavalchin, curator of contemporary art at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. 3–5pm. $10/$12. Pre-registration suggested. Phone: 518-828-1872 x109. Email: shasbrook@olana.org. Url: http://olana.org.

  • Saturday, April 4
    ZviDance
    Surveillance called "a shrewd collage, both appealing and disconcerting.... the urban world we know, deconstructed and reassembled." NY Times. 7:30pm.$30/student rush $10. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

  • Saturday, April 4
    Aaron Landsman Performance
    Public Dialogue: Perfect City Discussions. Theater artist Aaron Landsman reimagines urban life in a performed public meeting. 3pm. Free, reservations required. Phone: 845-758-7900. Email: fishercenterboxoffice@bard.edu. Url: http://fishercenter.bard.edu.

  • Saturday, April 4
    Egg Scramble
    Egg hunt, crafts and raffle; on the grounds of Linden Avenue Middle School at 11am. Url: http://redhookvillage.org.

  • Sunday, April 5
    Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company
    Bold, energetic and technically demanding program. 7:30pm. $30/$10 student rush w/ID. Phone: 845-757-5106x2. Email: pgrkaats@bestweb.net. Url: http://www.kaatsbaan.org.

  • Monday, April 6
    Property and Freedom
    Is gaining legal title the way to overcome poverty in South Africa? One day conference co-sponsored by Hannah Arendt Ctr. 9am–5pm. See website for more info. Email: arendt@bard.edu. Url: http://bard.edu/hannaharendtcenter.

  • Wednesday, April 8
    Spring Migratory Birding
    Following presentation, a guided walk in Olana’s beautiful artist-designed landscape. Bring binoculars and wear sturdy walking shoes. No pre-registration is required. For more information or to purchase tkts visit web site. $5 per person from 9–11am. Phone: 518-828-1872 x109. Email: shasbrook@olana.org. Url: http://olana.org.

  • Thursday, April 9 - Sunday, April 12
    Lobby Hero
    By award-winning playwright & screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan; directed by Amy Lemon Olson. The moral dilemma of a young security guard in a Manhattan apt. bldg. Thu–Sat 8pm, Sun 3pm. Tkts $25. Phone: 845-230-7020. Email: info@tangent-arts.org. Url: http://tangent-arts.org.

  • Friday, April 10 - Sunday, April 12
    Othello
    Modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s play adapted and directed by Lou Trapani. Focus: people of color in a white society. Fri 4/10 at 8pm, Sun 4/12 at 3pm. $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Shakespeare on Broadway
    A revue from musicals that have been adapted from the works of Shakespeare, including West Side Story, Kiss Me Kate, The Boys from Syracuse, Two Gentleman of Verona. Directed by Kevin Archambault. 8pm; $24/$22. Phone: 845-876-3080. Url: http://centerforperformingarts.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Bard Baroque Ensemble
    Concert at 7pm. Phone: 845-758-7196. Email: conservatoryconcerts@bard.edu. Url: http://bard.edu/conservatory/events.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Chili Night at Elmendorph!
    Benefit for Historic Red Hook w/homemade food & live music by Red Hook’s Maggie Rothwell. 6–8pm.Tkt at door $10/$6 children. Phone: 845-758-1920. Email: redhookhistory@gmail.com. Url: http://historicredhook.org.

  • Saturday, April 11 - Sunday, April 12
    Linden Ave. Drama Club Performance
    Sat 6–8pm, Sun 4–6pm. In the LAMS Cafe. Phone: 845-758-2241. Url: http://redhookcentralschools.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Opening, Art Show
    Reception for Scenic Hudson benefit show. Call for time. Phone: 845-516-4435. Email: betsyjacaruso@gmail.com. Url: http://betsyjacarusoartist.com .

  • Saturday, April 11
    Opening, Chancellor Livingston Show
    Opening of exhibit on Livingston. 2–4pm. Email: info@friendsofclermont.org. Url: http://friendsofclermont.org .

  • Saturday, April 11
    Daffodil Tea
    Afternoon tea with finger sandwiches, homemade cakes and cookies, and fine teas. 1pm. $30/$20, reservations req. Phone: 845-876-4818. Email: wilderstein@wilderstein.org. Url: http://wilderstein.org.

  • Saturday, April 11
    Staatsburg & Local Estates
    Anthony Musso, author of Staatsburg: A Village Lost in Time, will give talk on estates and their owners. Lecture free but seating limited and reservations required. At 1pm. Phone: 845-889-8851 X300. Email: Donald.Fraser@parks.ny.gov . Url: http://staatsburgh.org.

  • Sunday, April 12
    ADD/ADHD Talk
    Harness the incredible power of this brain style w/Catherine Pietrow, certified ADD/ADHD and executive function coach. 2pm. Phone: 845-876-4030. Email: starrdirector@starrlibrary.org. Url: http://starrlibrary.org.

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Dutchess/Columbia Community Businesses

Taste the difference. We provide high quality food and catering with attention to detail and exquisite presentation. Seasonal fresh, local ingredients used. Call to discuss your upcoming event.

One E. Market St., Red Hook
845-758-9030

Practice yoga in our beautiful studio located in the heart of Rhinebeck Village. We offer a Very Beginner series four times a year, plus ongoing classes for all levels, Chair Yoga at the Starr Library, Restorative yoga, special workshops, teacher training certification and private instruction. Visit our schedule online or check for regular updates on Facebook.

6400 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck
845-876-2528

Beadzo offers a wonderful selection of creative, artistic and ethnic jewelry from around the world as well as from our local artists and beaders. Necklaces, bracelets and earrings made from vintage, collectible and contemporary beads and metals are available. Semi-precious stones, pearls and lamp work beads have been made into unique creations and make special gifts. Silk scarves from Thailand and artistic hand knitted scarves can be found there as well. Folk art masks, clocks, earring holders and lively hand-painted wooden chests and jewelry boxes are also added to the mix. It’s all very whimsical, fun and full of spirit!

60 Broadway, Tivoli
845-757-5306

Lovely country setting 10 minutes north of the center of Rhinebeck. 4 comfortable A/C rooms decorated with a combination of antiques and modern amenities. Hearty breakfast served from 8 AM. Lower rates mid-week/off season. Free WiFi.

339 Stone Church Rd., Rhinebeck
845-758-2427

Mette Coleman is a New York State–licensed physical therapist who has been practicing physical therapy and Pilates for more than 20 years. Mette Coleman has extensive clinical experience and advanced formalized training in soft tissue injuries and dysfunctions. Mette Coleman treats a diverse population in her practice ranging from performing artists, chronic pain patients and athletes. By appointment only.

6423 Montgomery St. Suite 17A, Rhinebeck
845-876-3220

An architectural firm founded in 1971 with offices in Dutchess County and New York City, providing contemporary, award-winning site-specific residential designs: new houses, additions, renovations and interiors. See our website and/or call for brochure.

116 West 72 St. 16th floor, New York

Founded in 1975, Oblong Books & Music is the largest independent bookseller in the mid-Hudson Valley. With a vibrant children's book & toy section, a large bargain books selection, and a knowledgeable staff, Oblong is sure to have something for everyone. Open daily. Author events calendar at oblongbooks.com.

Rhinebeck: 6422 Montgomery Street 845-876-0500 Millerton: 26 Main Street 518-789-3797

Iyengar Yoga in Rhinebeck: Provides a precise framework for yoga practice that builds strength and flexibility based on what really works . . . for you. Convenient and reliable class schedule with options for beginners, all levels, restorative and pre-natal. Find out what's possible for you so you can move better, and feel better.

6423 Montgomery St 17B, Rhinebeck
845-876-6129

Health Quest Medical Practice (HQMP) is a multi-specialty medical group offering  Primary Care in many locations: Boiceville, Carmel, Fishkill, Highland, Hopewell Junction, Hyde Park, Kingston, LaGrangeville, Millbrook, Poughkeepsie, Rhinebeck and Woodstock. Specialists within the group include: Behavioral Health, Breast Surgery, Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Geriatrics, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Neurosurgery and Spine Surgery, OBGYN, Pulmonary Medicine, Surgery, Thoracic Oncology and Urgent Care. Meet our providers before your appointment by visiting our website and find the right doctor for you. Call for scheduling and information.

1-888-525-HQMP (4767)

"Just Like Home" is a professional dog sitting business taking dogs that are 40 lbs and under. Your dog will be cared for in a comfortable loving environment with daily walks, play time and 24/7 attention. Please feel free to call to schedule your pet sitting needs for your next vacation or day trip.

34 Towne Center Rd, Pine Plains
845-702-3168

Garden center, nursery, gift and floral shops, gorgeous indoor greenhouse. Thousands of annuals and perennials from our farm. Also: fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, fish, deli, cheese shop, coffee. Everything fresh & delicious. Family owned since 1919.

1560 Rt. 9W, Kingston
845-336-6300

"Destination Restaurant" by Culinary Institute of America. Four and 1/2 stars from the Poughkeepsie Journal & "Best Sushi in the Hudson Valley" from Zagat's. Also: voted "Best sushi of the Hudson Valley 2014" Hudson Valley magazine.Tucked in the heart of Rhinebeck, Osaka has been the go-to-sushi restaurant for 19 years. Chefs work in rhythm to craft sushi, sashimi, and rolls from a vividly bright palette of salmon, tuna, yellowtail, squid, uni, and other varieties of fish. For diners looking to take a break from the raw dishes, Osaka serves a variety of tempura, teriyaki, hibachi, and noodle bowl dinners. Eat-in or take-out.

22 Garden St. , Rhinebeck
845-876-7338

Collaborative, strength-based psychological services. Services offered include family, couples, adolescent, and adult psychotherapy, women’s groups, and clinical supervision. Approved Supervisor, AAMFT.

6402 Montgomery St., Rhinebeck
845-389-1861

Health Quest Urgent Care offers WALK-IN URGENT CARE at two locations for a variety of illnesses with no appointment necessary. Pediatric and adult care. X-Ray onsite. Visit website below for information.

Lagrangeville: 1100 Route 55, 845-454-4455 Hours: Mon–Fri 8am–8pm; wknds 8am–2pm.
Wappingers Falls: 1530 Route 9, 845-297-2511 Hours: 7 days 8am–10pm.

Custom Ornamental Gates * Railings * Fences * Fire Escapes * Commissioned Sculpture. Over 20 Years Experience.

845-724-3154

AboutTown Ulster: PO Box 474, New Paltz, NY 12561, 845-691-2089  EMAIL US
AboutTown Dutchess/Columbia: The Chocolate Factory, 54 Elizabeth Street, Suite 11, Red Hook, NY 12571, 845-758-3616  EMAIL US
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